Oh, my home rig is acting all goofy now, corrupting files and running kind of slow. So the desire to upgrade is getting stronger.
I still donít want to just get a new mainboard/proc. I still have the desire to buy a new one.
I was cruising resellerratings, and noticed Xtreme gear, which has a rating above 7, which is my personal cut off point on buying from places. Good prices, but I dunno. Not the greatest customer service. On the other hand, Iíve bought from dell many a time and they rate like a 3, soÖI can do a 7.4.
So seriously thinking of Xtreme. Or I might pick up a system from here at work, though it is a Systemax, which is crappy as far as the case and stuff goes, but itís all off the shelf parts, (x2 3800, 2gb of ram, 250gb drives, MSI board) and move that all into a decent case. Itíd save me money, butÖIím a nut job. I always over think these things.
Iíd really like an ABS system, but out of my price range.
Whatever man, letís get to it.
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Think Computers trips over the Antec 2U26ATX400XR-2 Rackmount Case
Tech Zone reports in with the ECS 945G-M3 MicroATX Motherboard
Hardcoreware finally shows to the party with the Intel Core 2 Duo & Core 2 Extreme
Digital Trends posts up a Slim Devices First Look
Pro Clockers juices up with the Enermax Galaxy 1000 Watt Power Supply
Trusted Reviews tastes the LG Chocolate KG800, not realizing it's actually a phone.
Hexus is the first to look at the Cooler Master Mystique 632 Black
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Big Bruin knocks out the Vizo Propeller Card Cooler and Mirrorbox Card Reader
Legion Hardware gives us a handy 700watt+ PSU Roundup
CPU3D takes on the mighty MSI RX1900GT VT2D256E (Radeon X1900 GTO)
XYZ fires up the NZXT Precise 650 Power Supply
Finally,Techarp brings us on home with the Intel Core 2 Duo Launch
Alright, Iím going to go wake up some more.
You go have a day.